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  1. Rcam

    liblinxdevice dll

    Hi, Are the sources for the windows liblinxdevice.dll available. I have searched in several places but can only find dummy stub function type source files. I believe that chipkit WF32 is not included in Linx for the 2020 communit Labview. What makes the LINX 2014 version incompatible with the community 2020 version? I can talk to the board using Linx commands via the serial port but believe that buffered input/output goes through the dll when using Labview and would like to get a bit more information on what this requires. Thanks
  2. Hi there, new to teh forums. Thanx in advance for any help. So bought the Chipkit WF32 / Labview bundle. Downloaded Labview. Loaded Ni_Visa drivers. Did the LINX thing. All good. Opened the Blink (Simple) example and ran it. It looks as though it is all connecting. LED6 flashes a few times and then the two red leds are on and flickering and the panel says that it is looping at 200Hz. But nothing happens when I click the big green button. The example says that output 13 is the on-board led that should be turning on and off. Do I need to do any configuration on teh Chipkit
  3. Just received my Chipkit WF32. Been playing with it using LabVIEW and I find that the loop speed is only 63 Hz when scanning a digital input (one of the push buttons). The PIC32 chip runs at 80 MHz so this is way out of line. What an I missing here? I don't think using LabVIEW would slow it down that much.